Since the launch of the Penguin algorithm by the search engine giant Google, lots of websites have suffered huge traffic loss, resulting in a massive loss of revenue.
Penguin is basically designed to fight webspam and to promote sites producing awesome contents. Thereby encouraging webmasters to follow Google’s quality guidelines.
Matt Cutts, the head of Google’s web-spam team, along with other engineers are working hard to incorporate more and more signals to the algorithm, to make the future Penguin bigger and better.
There are plenty of real stories, where websites are hit by Penguin. In few cases, sites have recovered also, making their websites spam-free.
I have produced an INFOGRAPHIC called “Antidote For Google Penguin” to educate webmasters and bloggers to recover from Penguin hit.
Prevention is always better than cure. So, you can also follow these remedial actions to remain immune from the deadly Google Penguin.
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